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for some of you the news continue thousands. for others check back with us a bit later for the morning news bit later for the morning news and captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, july 6th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." >> hey, hey! >> breaking overnight. protesters rage in baton rouge pdemanding justice after a blac man is shot and killed in an altercation with police with witnesses just feet away. the e-mail investigation is over. but the controversy is not. no charges for hillary clinton, but plenty of scathing criticism from the director of the fbi.
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and donald trump is waking up to a new scandal this morning. today for his high praise for saddam hussein. what he says the former iraq dictator did so good. >> he did that so good. a u.s. navy officer is under investigation this morning, after this video surfaces, showing him pointing a gun at two teens. >> [ bleep ]. >> no, you can't. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning, an investigation is under way into a deadly police shooting in baton rouge, louisiana. a police officer shot and killed the suspect following a confrontation early tuesday morning. this video allegely showing the incident early tuesday was
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posted online. police say two officers respond to do a complaint from a caller about a man selling cds. an altercation between the officers and 37-year-old suspect alton sterling. there was a scuffle and one officer pulled his gun. sterling died at the scene. a preliminary autopsy indicates he died of multiple gunshot wound to the chest and back. >> he didn't deserve to be shot like that. period. at all. >> reporter: sterling's sister wants answers. she says her brother has been selling cds outside the store for years. >> i really want to know more about what happened, about the whole situation, because my brother didn't deserve it. he didn't deserve it at all, not one bit. >> reporter: protesters gathered at the scene beginning late
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yesterday and the crowd grew through the night. police say the investigation will look at all angles. >> we are going to review the video and we are going to review the audio. we have witnesses, nonbiased witnesses here and we are going to bring them down to our station and interview them. >> reporter: both officers have been placed on administrative leave. most protesters are expected today and the baton rouge police say they will be holding a press conference later this morning. extremely careless. that is how fbi director james comey describe hillary clinton's handling of e-mails on her private server. the fbi did not recommend charges for clinton, but comey issued a stinging criticism of clinton's actions and late last night, house republicans indicated they would call comey to testify about the decision not to press charges. hena daniels is here in new york. >> reporter: good morning. director comey says there were e-mails on clinton's server that contained classified information that could have easily been hacked. now her likely opponent donald trump is saying the system is rigged and clinton got away
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with, quote, murder. >> we have a rigged system, folks. >> reporter: campaigning in north carolina yesterday, donald trump refused to move past hillary clinton's e-mail scandal. despite the fbi's skidecision n to recommend charges depends her. >> she is laughing at the stupidity of our system. she is laughing and so is her husband bill. >> reporter: trump continued his attacks on twitter, saying the, quote, rigged system allowed clinton to get away with murder. while the fbi could not support bringing charges, fbi director james comey did criticize clinton and her aides for being extremely careless. >> every reasonable person in secretary clinton's person should have known that an unclassified system was no place for that conversation. >> reporter: the fbi announcement came hours before clinton campaigned alongside president obama for the first time. clinton trashed trump's fitness to be president. >> can you imagine him sitting
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in the oval office? >> reporter: as the president vouched for her trustworthiness and dedication. >> there has never been any ohio. he is on trump's vice presidential list. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will show you how clinton's own words in the e-mail creation threatened to undermine her case. at donald trump's north carolina rally, he praised saddam's ruthlessness in.
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>> sdavaddam hussein was a bad . you know what he did well? he killed terrorists. he did that so good. they didn't read them the rights. they didn't talk. it was over. >> reporter: the clinton campaign issued this statement following trump's comments. trump's cavalier compliments for brutal dictators and the twisted lessons he seems to have learned from their history, again demonstrates how dangerous he would be as commander in chief and how unworthy he is of the office he seeks. 13 years ago, british troops entered iraq to join the u.s. forces. during the conflict, 179 british soldiers were killed and some 4,500 americans. the report was commissioned in 2009. it heard evidence from more than 150 witnesses and analyzed 150,000 documents. critics of the u.s.-led invasion
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believeve e formerer p prime mie militants in africa and allegedly told a guard he quit the guard after hearing lectures from al awlaki. >> one recorded an incident on his cell phone. david martin reports. >> reporter: the man pointing the gun is a senior navy official. >> get in the car! >> you're pointing a gun at my friend. it's a criminal offense. please stop it. >> get in the house! >> reporter: he is brandishing it at young men who are drunk
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and making noise outside of his house in a washington suburb. they taunt him, while one of them records the incident. the woman talking on the phone is apparently his wife. >> get in the car! >> let go! >> be thankful you have a gun. >> reporter: his name is car neg onasi. recipient of two military service awards. >> i'm on my property. >> reporter: we don't know if the gun is loaded but he is threatening to use it. >> no, you can't. >> reporter: shortly after the incident last month, the mother of the young man in the cap filed a complaint. onasi was briefly taken into custody but no charges have been filed against him. the investigation remains open. the navy learned of the incident when shown the video by cbs news. they said it's working to understand the full details of
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what happened. david martin, cbs news, the pentagon. the death toll in the baghdad suicide attack is now 250. it is the deadliest car bombing in the iraqi capital since the u.s.-led invasion in the country in 2003. isis >> reporter: solomon's body was recovered from a river and will be returned to the u.s. severe weather left its calling cards in the midwest and the southwest. the problem in minnesota's twin cities was too much water, after powerful thunderstorms swept through. gusts up to 70 miles an hour
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"the kansas city star" reports a federal court ruling in favor of planned parenthood. the judge said the state may not cut medicaid funding. it blocked the move of governor sam brownback. an opponent of abortion. "the chicago tribune" reports a man who burned a flag will not be charged. he was arrested on the fourth of july for posting a picture of his protest on facebook. prosecutors say burning a flag is protected speech. the "atlanta journal-constitution" reports a ruling in favor of ku klux klan by georgia's supreme court. the judge says the klan's bid to join the state's adopt a highway program may go to trial. the white supremacists were turned down by the georgia transportation department. still to come. good news for netflix bingers. comcast strikes a deal that will make it easier to stream your shows.
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the multistate game is in its longest streak without a winner. 34 rolls over a span of nearly four months. on the cbs "moneywatch." jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning. follow-up from the brexit vote. the british pound fell to its lowet point in three decades in the british financial markets remain unsettled. the pound dropped along with shares of british real estate companies amid concerns that the exit from the eu will hurt property values. three uk financial firms stopped trading in commercial properties because so many investors were trying to sell their holding. worries about the british financial system sent stocks in this country felling lower. the s&p lost 14 and nasdaq finished down 39 points. the duel between comcast and netflix. comcast and netflix to top boxes. netflix says other deals to pay tv providers. the first time netflix will be
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ hit me with your best shot the kennedy family's big fourth of july bash on cape cod featured trump bashing. a photo of a donald trump pinata
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was posted on instagram by kathleen kennedy, the daughter of robert f. kennedy, jr. it was short taken off instagram. during a preshow chat with the crowd, someone asked how he knew his wife was the one when he met her and he described what he did the night they met at a theater. >> i'll give her one minute to get away because she won't get away because she is too polite. so i turn my back for what is now clearly to me the most harrowing minute of my life. what if she had gone away? but she didn't. she was still there when i turned around, smiling at me. and now we're married. >> ah. colbert's late show airs week nights at 11:30 eastern here on cbs.
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here is another look at this morning's top stories. baton rouge police are investigating a deadly police shooting. a black suspect was shot and killed following a confrontation outside a video store. video posted online allegedly shows an altercation and one officer pulling his gun. police say the suspect died at the scene. house republicans want fbi director james comey to testify about why the agency chose not to recommend charges for hillary clinton over her use of a private e-mail server. comey said clinton and her staff were extremely careless in the handling of classified material. as virtual reality gains popularity, there is hybrid technology that promises to be
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useful in everyday life. brook silva braga tested it. >> reporter: the robots invading this room aren't actually there. unless you're wearing a microsoft holo lens as i did recently. microsoft calls it mixed reality. the headset maps its environment and lets you add 3d images. so this is the difference between virtual reality and mixed reality? >> in virtual reality, you're essentially cut off from the real world. with holman which is an example of reality technology you can see the real world and we are mixing digital assets and holograms in this case on top of the world. >> reporter: ben reed, director of the lens, filled a hotel room for us with examples of the technology's promise. >> you can turn any room in your house into a big screen tv. >> reporter: but you can't buy holo lens. for the next couple of years, the $3 thousand dollar headset
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is only available to software developers. microsoft hope they will let retailers map out their store and engineers design vehicles and medical students learn anatomy. >> drag my finger and actually extend the size of the swatch. >> reporter: similar tech is driving google's tango that is available on their phone in september. the company recently showed how it can help you redesign a room with the touch of a finger. >> welcome to the future of home design. >> reporter: it's the glimpse of a virtual future that is becoming increasingly real. it's so weird when you take them all off. where did it go? >> ya yeah, right? >> brooks silva-braga, cbs news, new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," security concerns in rio ahead of the summer olympics. ben tracy tells us about a spike in crime. plus, how to avoid becoming a so-called work martyr and why it's important to take a break from your job. and backlash against air bnb as the company fights to operate in several states. that is the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ,,,,
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good morning. it is wednesday, july 6. foggy conditions on the bay bridge this morning. good morning, i'm kenny choi.
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>> i'm michelle griego. it is 4:29. we're going to get a check of traffic and weather. but first, it looked foggy out there, right? >> we have some areas of fog, condensation and a marine layer 40 miles to the dublin grade, petaluma and sfo. 56 san jose. 53 vallejo, benicia, martinez and american canyon. later today, we're talking about at least about a 25- degree temperature span from the coast with the cloud cover to the full sunshine and mid- 80s inland. we have a change for your weekend forecast. details coming up. right now let's say good morning to gianna. >> good morning. we start off with a closure this morning as you work your way out of oakland into emeryville. west macarthur boulevard on- ramp to westbound 580 is shut down for a three-alarm fire in emoryville. it's in effect until further notice. we'll


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